Testimonials

The Ninja is so lightweight, it feels like you have nothing on.

"It's not a good idea to spray without any eye protection.  You should use eye protection to keep paint out of your eyes; while, having continuous clear vision.  Any spraymens eyes will become irritated, started to sting, and became very red if they are unprotected.  Through-out my career I've used safety glasses, however, I would eventually have to stop working and clean off the paint to see what I was doing. 

I have never used anything like the Ninja SPRAY GOGGLES before!  

I like the lenses because you can spray for hours and still see without having to clean anything until your done.  The Ninja is also so lightweight, it didn't create any uncomfortable pressure - I actually forgot I had them on.

You should use eye protection to keep paint out of your eyes. If you want to keep paint overspray out of your eyes and still be productive, get the Ninja!"

- Ben Macam

Aloha Painting Co., Inc.

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Ben Macam
Experienced Painter: 27+ years
Aloha Painting Co., Inc.
Honolulu, Hawaii

The Ninja keeps about 99% of the paint out!

"I've been a sprayman for over 25 years now. There are a couple of things I like about the Ninja SPRAY GOGGLES. One, it's so light weight and it's very comfortable to wear. Two, when I spray using nothing at all I get lots of paint in my eyes. The Ninja keeps about 99% of the paint out! A little does get through, but you don't know until you look in the mirror."

- Terence Takahashi

Aloha Painting Co., Inc.

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Terence Takahashi
Experienced Painter: 30+ years
Aloha Painting Co., Inc.
Honolulu, Hawaii

Ninja Spray Goggles Protects Your Prescription Glasses

"I do a lot of spraying and have to replace my prescription glasses three to four times a year because the lenses get so scratched up from trying to clean them frequently.  That's a lot of money over time.  A heck of a lot less paint made its onto my prescription lenses, which means a lot less cleaning and scratching.  It also means I was able to see clearly for a lot longer while painting as I did not have to power down to clear the paint from my eyes or glasses.  Saving time and money is what all pro painters are trying to do on the job.  I was very pleased with the results at the end of my spray day."

- Rick

The Paint Dealer

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Rick
The Paint Dealer
Paint Contractor

The Spray Goggles Worked Great!

"We found the goggles worked great at keeping the paint out of our eyes. In hindsight it was probably not the best day or place to try them, new construction, temporary lighting, confined spaces (closets and small rooms), and a rainy day. We loved them until the area around the opening got covered. Then it became too dark to use them viably." 

- Kyle Klockars

Village Paint & Deco

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Kyle Klockars
Village Paint & Deco
Vice President
North Smithfield, Rhode Island

Ninja Spray Goggles vs Eaves

The guys loved the Ninja Spray Goggles!  They each had good reviews saying, "Very little over spray gets in."  "They work well even when doing eaves that require you to look up." I'll definitely be purchasing more for the rest of the crew.

- Luis Fernandez

Eko Painting

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Luis Fernandez
Eko Painting Inc.
Lead Estimator
Honolulu, Hawaii

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